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These are great additions to any USA social studies curriculum and are particularly for use with an interactive notebook

New England label me map – This map allows students to color and label the New England states.
Mid-Atlantic States label me map – This map allows students to color and label the Mid-Atlantic states.
Southern States label me map – This map allows students to color and label the Southern states.
Midwest States label me map – This map allows students to color and label the Midwest states.
Western States label me map – This map allows students to color and label the Western states.
The many names of the Appalachian Mountains – This page allows students to explore the different names and appearances of the Appalachian Mountains in six different states
United States Label me Map – This map allows students to color and label the lower 48 states.
United States top ten largest cities label me map – This page reinforces U.S. state identification by providing students with a list of the top ten most populous cities in America and asking them to plot them on a special map of the United States.
United States top ten most visited landmarks – This page reinforces U.S. state identification by providing students with a list of the top ten most most visited landmarks in America and asking them to plot them on a special map of the United States.
United States top ten most visited national parks This page reinforces U.S. state identification by providing students with a picture list of the top ten most visited national parks in America and asking them to plot them on a special map of the United States.
United States 50 State Word Search – With this activities, students can search for all 50 states hidden within a giant word search
Similar States – This activity requires students to analyze a series of four states, choose the state that does not belong, and describe the relationship between the other three states.
Similar States (ADVANCED) – This activity requires students to analyze a series of four states, choose the state that does not belong, and describe the relationship between the other three states.
Washington D.C. Landmarks – This page requires students to identify important landmarks in the nation’s capital.
Washington D.C. Printable Reading Comprehension – This is a printable Washington D.C. Reading Comprehension passage with ten questions. Suitable for kids in grades four and up.
The Thing About Springfield – This page reinforces U.S. state identification by providing students with a list of the 32 Springfields in America and asking them to color in each of their states.
The Great Lakes – This map allows students to color and label the five great lakes.
Mississippi River Printable – This is a printable Mississippi River worksheet that requires students to label the Mississippi River states.
Missouri River Printable – This is a printable Missouri River worksheet that requires students to label the Mississippi River states.
Western Ranges – This is a printable map of the western United States that require students to match the mountain ranges to their correct state or states.
Appalachian Sub Ranges – This is a printable map of the Appalachian states that require students to match the sub ranges (such as Blue Ridge) with the states they are located in.
What State am I? – These are fun exercises that require students to use their knowledge of U.S. geography, logic, and a little bit of deductive reasoning to follow the clues and figure out the state of interest . Sheet 1 | Sheet 2
Imagine: Yellowstone National Park – These exericses require students to read a description of a landscape from within the park and to draw and color based on their intrepretation.
Imagine: Everglades National Park – These exericses require students to read a description of a landscape from within the park and to draw and color based on their intrepretation.
Imagine: Arches National Park – These exercises require students to read a description of a landscape from within the park and to draw and color based on their intrepretation.
Imagine: Shenandoah National Park – This fun exercise requires students to read a descriptive paragraph about Shenandoah National Park. Then, they must draw and color the picture based on the paragraph. Great for imaginative drawing!
Imagine: Great Smoky Mountains National Park – This fun exercise requires students to read a descriptive paragraph about Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Then, they must draw and color the picture based on the paragraph. Great for imaginative drawing!
State Map Printouts – Print out outline maps of all 50 states, regions, flags and much more
State Flag Printables – Print out flag outlines for all 50 states
State Fact Sheets – Print out detailed map and important statistics for each of the 50 states
License Plate Preamble – Awesome activity for students to use on Constitution Day. The preamble of the Constitution is mixed on U.S. vanity license plates. Students must cut out the plates and arrange them in order so that together they form the preamble.
 

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